News featuring Hannah

The following news stories mention Hannah. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 6 hours ago.

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Monday 7th April

  • Water Liars: Water Liars

    There’s always a storyteller in Water Liars’ music, and the story he tells is the tale of a troubled man. Through their songs, we confront fear and desire, belief and betrayal, triumph and, more often, defeat. In other words, these songs make us feel alive.

    Barry Hannah’s “Water Liars” is set at a fishing hole in Mississippi and concerns a man with a troubled marriage. As is the case with most of Hannah’s characters, crisis looms, as if things could fall apart any second. Mississippi trio Water Liars write with the same sense of foreboding on their self-titled third album. There’s always a storyteller in Water Liars’ music, and the story he tells is the tale of a troubled man.…

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Monday 31st March

  • Festival Brings Tegan and Sara, Spoon, Chad VanGaalen to Burnaby

    Following last year's inaugural edition in Toronto, organizers behind the Festival have announced they're moving to Burnaby, BC, for round two, which will feature performances from the likes of Tegan and Sara, Spoon and more. A press release confirms that the outdoor festival is set to take place just outside Vancouver at Burnaby's Deer Lake Park on June 14. In addition to twin sisters Tegan and Sara and feted popsmiths Spoon, the day will also feature a Canada-heavy roster, including sets from Chad VanGaalen, Arkells, Hannah Georgas, Wake Owl, Belle Game and Crystal Shawanda. ...Read More

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Saturday 29th March

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Thursday 27th March

  • London Grammar Mark ‘If You Wait’ US Release With ‘Kimmel’ Performance: Watch

    Indie-pop watchers are likely familiar with London Grammar, but this week the band will expand its reach after giving debut album If You Wait an official US release. To mark the occasion, the British trio performed a pair of songs on Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday (March 26). First up was “Strong,” their beautiful exercise in stillness anchored by Hannah ... More »

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Monday 24th March

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